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Donations Coming In For Poplar Family

Donations Coming In For Poplar Family


The lives of a Poplar family drastically changed when a house explosion from a gas leak occurred during the late evening hours of Thursday, Jan. 12. Grandmother Louise Ell, Quinn Sutherland and Colter Beauchamp all survived the explosion but needed to be flown out for medical treatment. Since the time of the tragedy, people have been reaching out with donations. The Malta community has donated

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Donations Needed For Local Shakespeare Program

Donations Needed For Local Shakespeare Program


Last summer, Montana Shakespeare in the Park celebrated its 50th anniversary and part of the tour was its annual stop in Wolf Point. Community organizers Barb Olson and Vivian Schultz want to make sure that Wolf Point remains a location for the performances in the future. They agree that exposing young people to Shakespeare is beneficial for many reasons. “It’s such a unique cultural event

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New Officers Elected  At Title VI Meeting

New Officers Elected At Title VI Meeting


New officers were elected during Wolf Point’s Title VI Parent Committee meeting held in the high school/junior high school’s library on Wednesday, Jan. 18. Last year’s chair Patricia Payne and Rain Turcotte were each nominated for the chair position. Turcotte won election by a 5-3 vote. Bryce Kirk was elected vice chair in an unopposed vote and Imogene Lilley ran unopposed for secretary.

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Balch Faces Federal Drug Charges

Balch Faces Federal Drug Charges


The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced that Dwain Francis Balch, aka Waldo, 58, was arraigned or appeared before U.S. Magistrate judges on indictments handed down by the Grand Jury or on criminal complaints. The charging documents are merely accusations and defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Appearing in Great Falls before U.S. Magistrate Judge John T. Johnston and pleading

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